Military aviation training squadrons are units within the military that are responsible for training pilots and other personnel who will be working in aviation roles. These squadrons may provide training for a variety of different types of aircraft, including fighter jets, transport planes, and helicopters. Training may include both classroom instruction and hands-on training in the cockpit of an aircraft. Aviation training squadrons may also provide specialized training for certain roles or career fields, such as air traffic control or aircraft maintenance. Training squadrons typically consist of a mix of full-time military personnel, who provide instruction and supervision, and trainees, who are learning the skills needed to become pilots or aviation personnel. The length and intensity of training can vary depending on the branch of the military and the specific career field being trained for.
Our plaques are made from Mahogany and typically measure 20 inches.
VA-212 Rampant Raiders F7U-3 Tailflash
VA-212 Rampant Raiders F7U-3 Tailflash A hand crafted 20 inch Tailflash plaque of the VA-212 Rampant Raiders F7U-3. Each piece is carved from Mahogany and handpainted to provide a piece you’ll love! 6 June 1958: The squadron’s commanding officer, Commander … Read More
VT-6 Shooters T-6 Texan II, Tailflash, 20″, Beechcraft
VT-6 Shooters T-6 Tailflash A hand crafted 20 inch Tailflash plaque of the VT-6 Shooters T-6. Each piece is carved from Mahogany and handpainted to provide a piece you’ll love! Training Squadron SIX (VT-6) was initially established in 1956 and … Read More